Epic Blizzard Black Friday Sale Includes Big Discounts on Overwatch, World of Warcraft, and Heroes of the Storm

Epic Blizzard Black Friday Sale Includes Big Discounts on Overwatch, World of Warcraft, and Heroes of the Storm

A Blizzard of good deals is on its way.

Blizzard's getting into the good times with Black Friday sales. What? You're surprised? If there's one thing Blizzard knows, it's a battle-and Black Friday sure is a battle.

I just want the gorilla for Christmas.

These sales start now, and last through November 27:

Overwatch on PC: 50% off Standard Edition ($19.99, down from $39.99) and Game of the Year Edition ($29.99, down from $59.99).

World of Warcraft on PC: 50% off ($9.99, down from $19.99)

. The Legion expansion is also on sale ($29.99, down from $49.99), and the Digital Deluxe edition ($44.99, down from $69.99).

Heroes of the Storm on PC

Big savings here, including:

-A skin bundle for 900 gems that includes Oni Genji, Skeletal Raven Sylvanas, Dark Auriel, Blackrock Garrosh, Shadow Priestess Tyrande, Dark Seraphim Tyrael, Deadwalker Warmatron Cassia, Dominion Elite Agent Nova, Ashen Hellflame Nazeebo, and Black Grand Marshall Uther.

-A 360 Day Stimpack for 6000 Gems.

Plus, the following Heroes, skins, and mounts are all available for 50% of their typical Gem cost through November 28:


  • Gul'dan
  • Tracer
  • Butcher
  • Greymane
  • Morales


  • Apothecary Morales
  • Gold StormPunk Kael'thas
  • Jasper Frostlord Rexxar
  • Emberlord Zul'jin
  • Sakura Auriel
  • Neon Spectre Tracer
  • Tangerine Mad Martian Gazlowe
  • Sharkmouth D.Va
  • Raider Rexxar
  • Enraged Butcherlisk


  • Nimbus Cloud
  • Neutron Space Lord's Starbreaker
  • Felsaber

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Nadia Oxford

Staff Writer

Nadia has been writing about games for so long, only the wind and the rain (or the digital facsimiles thereof) remember her true name. She's written for Nerve, About.com, Gamepro, IGN, 1UP, PlayStation Official Magazine, and other sites and magazines that sling words about video games. She co-hosts the Axe of the Blood God podcast, where she mostly screams about Dragon Quest.

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